Every minute, one woman is diagnosed with cancer in the United States.
That’s one mother. One daughter. One wife.
These are the stories of women who have fought cancer. They give us HOPE
Some of the things Cindy Alexander says belong on a shirt or a poster. Better yet, they belong in a song. Cindy is an artist. She uses her music to raise money for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund and awareness for ALL women’s cancers. She is on tour this summer and donating the proceeds to
Julie Skinner is a member of two sororities. She volunteered for one. She was drafted into the other. She is thankful to be in both. She is a former Kay Yow Camp counselor (anyone who ever worked or attended Kay Yow Camp knows that is a sorority). She is also a cancer survivor – the
In 1991 the Dow Jones Industrial average topped 3,000 for the first time, Kevin Durant was 3, and the price for a dozen eggs was 85 cents. In 1991, Carla Stoddard (front row, 4th from left) was diagnosed with a rare form of lymphoma, called Burkitt. The odds were not in her favor. She was
Just after Christmas in 2015, Angela Caraway went into warrior mode. It seems quite likely that this is what most women do when faced with a cancer diagnosis. Angela’s was an aggressive form of colon cancer. It would be a rough year, a year of treatments and uncertainty. Warrior mode was survival mode and survival
By Mary Gravley I was diagnosed with non-invasive ductal carcinoma in situ in 2011 after a routine mammogram that I nearly missed. I never felt a lump but instinct and timing get the credit for the quick diagnosis. My insurance company sent me a letter stating my annual exam was six months overdue. I made an appointment
Scared. Grieving. Angry. Shocked. All powerful emotions. Emotions that naturally accompany a cancer diagnosis. Beautiful. Lovely. Grateful. Blessed. Words in stark contrast to the raw emotions created by cancer, and yet words that also seem to be the heartbeat of a survivor. As Betsy Campbell talks about her recent battle with breast cancer, it is
The truth is, Coach Kay Yow was inspired by a lot of people. She was grounded in her faith and she saw the very best in everyone she encountered. It was that outlook that enabled her to draw inspiration from literally, thousands of people, many of whom she never met. And yet, it still seems
It is a recurring theme. But it never gets old. Jerilyn Hughes wants to help others. She says she is part of a sisterhood. Maybe her story could inspire another woman, perhaps lift her up during a low time. We met Jerilyn at a women’s basketball recruiting event where she was there to support her